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*Distribution of Intelligence Graph *How many gifted are there? Pie Graph *Target Group for Differentiation *Identifying the Gifted Child
The orange section is where most children will score (this is the average range). Gifted children fall within the yellow right hand section and those with disabilities will fall within the yellow left hand section of the graph.
*Ratio of highly gifted to general population 1 out of 260 individuals may have an IQ of 140 or above 1 out of 2,330 individuals may have an IQ of 150 or above 1 out of 31,560 individuals may have an IQ of 160 or above 1 out of 652,600 individuals may have an IQ of 170 or above 1 out of 2,000,000 individuals may have an IQ of 180 or above
BRIGHT CHILD 1. Knows the answers. 2. Is interested. 3. Is attentive. 4. Has good ideas. 5. Works hard. 6. Answers the questions. 7. Top group. 8. Listens with interest. 9. Learns with ease repetitions for mastery. 11. Understands ideas. 12. Enjoys peers. 13. Grasps the meaning. 14. Completes assignments. 15. Is receptive. 16. Copies accurately. 17. Enjoys school. 18. Absorbs information. 19. Technician. 20. Good memorizer. 21. Prefers straightforward tasks. 22. Is alert. 23. Is pleased with own learning GIFTED LEARNER 1. Asks the questions. 2. Is highly curious. 3. Is mentally and physically involved. 4. Has wild, silly ideas. 5. Plays around, yet tests well. 6. Discusses in detail; elaborates. 7. Beyond the group. 8. Shows strong feelings and opinions. 9. Already knows repetitions for mastery. 11. Constructs abstractions. 12. Prefers adults. 13. Draws inferences. 14. Initiates projects. 15. Is intense. 16. Creates new designs. 17. Enjoys learning. 18. Manipulates information. 19. Inventor. 20. Good guesser. 21. Thrives on complexity. 22. Is keenly observant. 23. Is highly self-critical.
A gifted person will possess many of the following traits: CURIOUS- CURIOUS- Often asks questions: Who? What? How? and Why? Is is excited and interested and ready for adventure. FLUENT & FLEXIBLE- FLUENT & FLEXIBLE-This child generates a large number of ideas or solutions to problems. How can we use this shoe? How many things can you name that are green? ORIGINALITY- ORIGINALITY-Shows this child is not afraid of being different, has unique ideas and sometimes even considered zany. Dress, behavior and sense of humor. ELABORATES ELABORATES-builds on ideas or a classmates’ ideas. Can add details that no one else thinks about. IMAGINATIVE IMAGINATIVE-fantasizes often and is fanciful, not always realistic. PERSISTENT PERSISTENT-has a HIGH DEGREE of concentration, doesn’t give up, loves a challenge and doesn’t back down or withdraw from one. Sees a task through to completion. AWARE- AWARE-Alert, notices the world around him/her. Probably has a large knowledge base about many different topics. May be keenly aware of local, state, national, or world events. (Wars, Natural Disasters, etc)
In addition to the Creativity, Intelligence, and Achievement Tests, consideration should be given to the information the child’s teacher can contribute.
At grades 3 & 4, a collection of the child’s work should be considered. Examples of work could be: assignments, stories, pictures of Science Fair Displays, Lego creations, etc. Portfolios should be returned.
*Ability Level *Attention to detail *Look of literacy *Task commitment *Creativity Items will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
Do you WANT to be identified? Do you NEED to be identified?